'Overwhelmed' NYC Postal Worker Arrested After 17000 Pieces of Undelivered Mail Found

Authorities found 10,000 pieces of mail in his car 1,000 in his work locker and another 6,000 at his home with the oldest piece of mail dating back to 2005

'Overwhelmed' NYC Postal Worker Arrested After 17000 Pieces of Undelivered Mail Found

The man, Aleksey Germash, 53, has been with the U.S. Postal Service for 16 years, before his bosses received a tip about a parked auto with 20 bags of undelivered mail, close to the Dyker Heights, Brooklyn post office to which was recently assigned.

Among the mail trove found in Germash's Nissan Pathfinder, his apartment and his work locker was a letter from 2005, according to Brooklyn federal prosecutors.

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Investigators say Germash said he took mail to his auto and apartment, and that he told them he "made sure to deliver the important mail".

Cops also say that he had 1,000 undelivered pieces of mail in his locker, 10,000 in his auto, and 6,000 in his apartment.

His arrest comes after a recent assignment to the Dyker Heights Post Office in Brooklyn.

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Germash appeared in Brooklyn federal court on Thursday - wearing his postal uniform - and was released on $25,000 bail.

During an interview with agents from the USPS Office of Inspector General, Germash said he was "overwhelmed by the amount of mail that he had to deliver".

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